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Kim Fox|Return To Planet Earth

Return To Planet Earth

Kim Fox

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Kim Fox rounds up a stellar cast of supporting players for her second album, Return to Planet Earth. The album is produced by underground pop maverick Linus of Hollywood (he also plays many instruments on the record) and features appearances by Jon Brion, Roger Manning Jr. of Jellyfish and Beck's band, Probyn Gregory of the Wondermints, Stew, and '60s pop heroine Margo Guryan. It is too bad all these talented musicians didn't come up with a more unique sounding record. The sound is stock year-2003 female singer/song-rocker stuff. It could be Michelle Branch; it could be Vanessa Carlton; it could be Sheryl Crow. Not enough of Kim Fox shows through. She has an arresting little-girl-with-guts voice and can write hooky songs; "When Love Was the Only Thing" has a lovely melody and Fox sings the heck out of it, and "Tread This World So Lightly" strips away the pop gloss and showcases Fox's ultra-personal lyrics and fragile voice with very nice results. For the most part, however, the songs rush by unnoticed on a wave of radio-friendly syrup. There are a few moments, on songs like the bubbly disco-pop tune "Baby I Want You Back" (which sounds like an American Saint Etienne) and the girl group-influenced "Lazy," when you can hear how good she could be if the music lived up to the songs and her voice. Fox shows potential on Return to Planet Earth, but she needs to add some soul and inspiration to her sound before she can escape the bonds of mediocrity.
© Tim Sendra /TiVo

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1
Ladybug
00:04:39

Eric Bazilian, Composer, Writer - Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist

2
I've Got Music
00:03:26

Linus of Hollywood, Composer, Writer - Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist

3
Little Piece Of Heaven
00:03:21

Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist

4
When Love Was The Only Thing
00:04:05

Linus of Hollywood, Composer, Writer - Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist

5
Something Just As Good
00:04:53

Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist

6
Feel Like Crying
00:05:15

Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist

7
Baby, I Want You Back
00:04:14

Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist - Mark Najarian, Composer, Writer

8
Love X 10
00:04:10

Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist

9
Return To Planet Earth
00:04:40

Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist

10
My One Kiss Wonder
00:04:22

Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist

11
I See Too Well
00:03:41

Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist

12
Lazy
00:03:50

Linus of Hollywood, Composer, Writer - Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist

13
Tread This World So Lightly
00:04:45

Kim Fox, Composer, Writer, MainArtist

Presentación del Álbum

Kim Fox rounds up a stellar cast of supporting players for her second album, Return to Planet Earth. The album is produced by underground pop maverick Linus of Hollywood (he also plays many instruments on the record) and features appearances by Jon Brion, Roger Manning Jr. of Jellyfish and Beck's band, Probyn Gregory of the Wondermints, Stew, and '60s pop heroine Margo Guryan. It is too bad all these talented musicians didn't come up with a more unique sounding record. The sound is stock year-2003 female singer/song-rocker stuff. It could be Michelle Branch; it could be Vanessa Carlton; it could be Sheryl Crow. Not enough of Kim Fox shows through. She has an arresting little-girl-with-guts voice and can write hooky songs; "When Love Was the Only Thing" has a lovely melody and Fox sings the heck out of it, and "Tread This World So Lightly" strips away the pop gloss and showcases Fox's ultra-personal lyrics and fragile voice with very nice results. For the most part, however, the songs rush by unnoticed on a wave of radio-friendly syrup. There are a few moments, on songs like the bubbly disco-pop tune "Baby I Want You Back" (which sounds like an American Saint Etienne) and the girl group-influenced "Lazy," when you can hear how good she could be if the music lived up to the songs and her voice. Fox shows potential on Return to Planet Earth, but she needs to add some soul and inspiration to her sound before she can escape the bonds of mediocrity.
© Tim Sendra /TiVo

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